Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Jun 6, 2019
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  • Jun 6-12, 2019
  • Vol. 36, No. 2
  • A Rainbow Revolt

Current and former LGBTQ Mormons reflect on the LDS church’s exclusion policy—and its sudden reversal.

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  • Promises, Promises
  • Promises, Promises

    As this summer's campaign season heats up, mayoral candidates vie to stand out.
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  • Well, It's a Start
  • Hits & Misses
  • Well, It's a Start

    Two new renewable energy initiatives are unveiled. What about those living the Medicaid nightmare in Utah? Plus, what happens when we get more highways for more cars.
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  • The New "S" Word
  • Opinion
  • The New "S" Word

    With six children and 16 grandkids, our governor is a consummate Utah Mormon. Gov. Gary Herbert's regular pep talks on the American flag, motherhood, education and apple pie have made him a popular leader, particularly among those of the same faith.
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  • Whatever's Good
  • Whatever's Good

    The Hollering Pines expand their sound to include new influences.
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